Explore local history with Blackpool Heritage Open Days, they’re back this September! Nationally, the event takes place from 9 to 18 September 2022 with events here in Blackpool from Thursday 15 to Sunday 18 September.
Find out About the Past…
Heritage Open Days is England’s largest festival of heritage and culture.
Across the country, thousands of heritage venues take part. They open their doors and provide a variety of heritage events free of charge. In September every year, buildings of every age, style and function throw open their doors, free of charge. It’s the perfect opportunity to embrace the region’s diverse heritage. Discover hidden histories and explore unique architectural gems.
Fabulous buildings are open to everyone, free of charge. They’re normally either closed to the public or charge for admission. The knowledge of local guides brings them to life as they take you back through their past. Anyone with an interest in Blackpool and its history is welcome to come along. It’s a great weekend for residents to get to know all about the town in which they live.
This terrific programme is only made possible with the support of many organisations and individuals who give up their time to plan and deliver the events, many of who are volunteers. Thanks to all of them.
Blackpool Heritage Open Days
Across Blackpool, the event’s a chance to explore and showcase the town’s extraordinary and eclectic history. Uncover unique local stories and hidden treasures. This event provides the opportunity to explore and celebrate our heritage. There’s something for everyone to enjoy. The time and effort put in by local organisations and volunteers is incredible!
View the full guide to Heritage Open Days on the Fylde Coast, here.
Historic guided walks feature a War Memorial tour, a promenade history walk and a Stanley Park heritage walk – which also includes the rare opportunity to climb the Cocker Clock Tower. Places of worship and religious organisations will also be open, along with many other venues across Lytham St Annes and Cleveleys.
Heritage Open Days Blackpool and the Fylde Coast is coordinated by Showtown Blackpool.
Visit Fylde Coast is not the organiser of these events. But if you get the chance, please mention that you saw it here! Please contact the event organisers for any further information.
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